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David Honeyboy Edwards
Life and career
Culture expert Alan Lomax recorded Edwards in 1942 for the first time. In his later years, Honeyboy still played concerts around the world, sometimes up to 100 concerts a year. He died on August 29, 2011, at the age of 96 years.
Edwards has also written a book, The World Don't Owe Me Nothin', which was published in 1997 by Chicago Review Press. The book is about his life from childhood to when he arrived in Chicago. It describes his journeys through the South in the early 1950s.
- 1996: Got into the Blues Hall of Fame
- 2005: Blues Artist of the Year
- 2007: Acoustic Artist of the Year
- Official website for David Honeyboy Edwards
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- Honeyboy Edwards on IMDb
- Illustrated David 'Honeyboy' Edwards discography